A tea from Africa's Kenyan Highlands, with many golden tips, dark amber color and a strong, spicy-fruity aroma. Kenya is the world's second largest exporter of tea.
Tea is a relative newcomer to the Kenyan agricultural scene. Tea was started by British planters after the Second World War. Many of these planters were feeling unwanted in India (India achieved independence in 1947) and migrated to Kenya. Despite a ban on the transfer of plants and information, these planters smuggled Indian tea plants into Kenya. The plants thrived in the Kenyan climate and today Kenya is the world's second largest exporter of tea.
Brewing Instructions: To enjoy a delicious pot of tea, please preheat your pot for a minute with boiling water then discard this water. Place a teaspoon of tea per desired cup into the pot and pour boiling water over the tea. Brew 4 -5 minutes. Strain and remove the leaves.